54-year-old Ralph Dewayne Dorminy was critically injured in a Macon pedestrian accident Saturday night, January 5, 2019.
According to The Macon Telegraph, Mr. Dorminy was crossing Hartley Bridge Road, just east of Coley Lake Road, when he was struck by a car. He was transported to the hospital with injuries.
Police described the stretch of roadway as “poorly lit,” per 13 WMAZ reports.
Our Legal Take
As the details of this incident continue to develop, and if the driver is found to be at fault, Ralph Dorminy may elect to file civil claims for his injuries.
Based upon its experience and success handling pedestrian claims in Georgia, The Murray Law Firm suggests that Mr. Dorminy should retain an experienced personal injury firm to protect his interests and ensure an unbiased investigation. Photographs of the roadways involved and a review of surveillance footage from nearby businesses or properties, if any exists, will need to be performed immediately before any evidence is damaged or destroyed.
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